29 Burst results for "Panama Canal"
Panama to restrict movement by gender during virus quarantine
"The government of Panama has imposed an unusual set of quarantine measures from Wednesday separating citizens by gender in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus Candace Piette triples the strict measures allow men to go out for two hours to buy food or medicine on three days of the week while women will be allowed out on the other three no one is permitted to go outdoors on Sunday the measure cause confusion among Panama's gay and trans gender community until the minister decided they would use the gender recorded on identity cards to police the measure a top and transport hub Panama has registered some of the highest numbers of coronavirus infections in Latin America five percent of the world's maritime traffic passes through the Panama Canal can this be at reporting on restrictions in
Gov. Ron DeSantis doesn't want sick cruise ship to dock in Florida
"Florida's governor Ron DeSantis is holding firm he doesn't want a cruise ship where four people died and others are sick to get off in South Florida for treatment so we think it's a mistake to be putting people into southern Florida right now given what we're dealing with so we would like to have medical personnel simply dispatch to that ship in the cruise lines can hopefully arrange for that the ship coming from South America with mostly Americans and Canadians on board made it through the Panama Canal last night it's about three days from Florida so is another ship which took on passengers who did not appear to be infected
Stranded ships begin transiting Panama Canal
"The Panama Canal authority says to cruise ships the sand dam in Rotterdam and carrying more than eighteen hundred passengers and crew stranded off Panama and hoping to reach port in Florida had begun the process of transiting the canal while Panamanian officials said they would let the ships go through the canal the crew sample company said it had not been given permission and fort Lauderdale's mayor said he doesn't want the ship to dock near his city at least without extensive precautions four people aboard the ships have died at least two testing positive for Corbett
4 'older' guests died on a cruise ship where 2 people have tested positive for coronavirus
"At sea with no place to go Holland America cruise liner with sick passengers on board the ship would like to sail through the Panama Canal and then doc in Florida for passengers have died it's unclear if the corona virus is to blame but two other passengers have tested positive here's the pickle this ship actually set sail back on March seventh now a few days later carnival which owns Holland America they stopped their whole company processing for thirty days so now it's about eight miles off the coast of
4 Dead Aboard Cruise Ship With COVID-19 Cases
"Coronavirus may be spreading on a cruise ship anchored off Panama apparently that ship has nowhere to go boxes trace Gallagher reports for passengers have died aboard a cruise ship this is a Holland America cruise ship called Zan dammit is now anchored off the coast of Panama we do not know what the four passengers died but we do know that two other passengers on board the ship had tested positive for corona virus here's the pickle this ship actually set sail back on March seventh now a few days later carnival which owns Holland America they stopped their whole company processing for thirty days so now it's about eight miles off the coast of Panama its sister ship the Rotterdam is now trying to take the healthy passengers off and put supplies back on the sand damn pocket now because the laws say you can't bring sick people through the Panama Canal all American line said on its Facebook page Friday that more than one hundred thirty people aboard the sand dam had reported flu
"panama canal" Discussed on KGO 810
"To use the Panama Canal for older passengers on board the ship of died and more than a hundred thirty people on the Holland America Sandom have reported flu like symptoms there's agreement between the White House and Congress that the just signed economic stimulus bill was needed but correspondent Kristen Holmes says there's disagreement about the checks and balances on how the money is used actually it legally gave the inspector general the right that they could demand answers and information from any agency including the treasury then if they got information they could pass it on to Congress essentially president trump saying he doesn't believe that within his constitutional powers he has to do that that he can in fact ignore the inspector general and keep information from Congress president trump is ordered General Motors to make ventilators for corona virus patience I'm Christopher Cruz the social distancing rules are repeated like a mantra in America's cities where the corona virus is spreading exponentially but correspondent drew Griffin reports that as the pandemic spreads to the U. S. people living in rural areas too are increasingly threatened a lot of these areas where there's not widespread you'll also find a lot of not widespread testing and the lack of testing early on in this epidemic really hamper the U. S. response we didn't know where it was blowing up the bases and and we didn't have the testing to find out do not head to the beaches do not go hiking stay home those are some of the pleas from officials in California where one of those perfect weekends is ahead the state's forty million people are under a stay at home water but if you can imagine not everyone is obeying it Johns Hopkins University says more than forty seven hundred people have tested positive.
"panama canal" Discussed on Citation Needed
"And we're back when we left off the French were giving up on something and asking for America's help so good practice What's so imagine you're a salesman right so you've got this never again. No I get it. I get it now just in your imagination. You got this canal that you've got off load There is precisely one potential buyer and the goddamn university like the color but they wanted somewhere a little to Nicaragua. This is the job of one. Philip Bureau via all right after the Panama affair blows over in Paris. The course create a new company called the company Nouvel Daylight Bucket Panama or whatever Bhutto Verena is tasked with selling the French interest in that company and returning at least some investment to the three quarters of a million people who lost their shirts over this so he goes to the only potential buyer. Isa's hey you guys want the biggest financial disaster in history. I'll give it to you for one hundred million bucks and the US is like we'll take it for forty million bucks. And then what the fuck is he? He's like have this big money. Bonfire going you guys. WanNa pay me to bring some of your money back. I mean it seems super sure. But they don't actually by the canal up points and they can use. Those pointed does is gonNA use the Canal Anyway. Sir Right the whole presentation to get the golf clubs all right. So America gets the canal for a song. But there's a snag The deal that Dulles upside with the Colombian government didn't give him the right to sell especially not to a foreign government. Maybe you think about this. From Colombia's perspective the canal being controlled by some faraway European country or a company in a faraway. European country is way different as a proposition than it being controlled by the dominant military force in your hemisphere right and they weren't even consulted when the deal was being done between the US and his French company okay. We'll by your disease infested landslide. Mud Pits I got forty million right here Right there at the at the Nan Forte kept Sims in other teams. In order to main did you just one quick question. Yes Shar Shar so you have the right to sell me this property right. I've got an cinnabar. Of course I can't well I just did not know I mean I mean legally I probably should have checked all this but you know I mean dot my is and all is legally. You have saleable rights. That's the question I'm asking that question you're asking after you gave me for the million dollars. Well we I mean we spit in our hands and you're not going to give me back that money are you know. Don't tell my dad all right. So what Columbia was demanding. Here was not at all unreasonable. They wanted to kind of the forty million dollars at the company was getting. The company came in with a lot of big promises before they went bankrupt. The Colombian government and invested in this project themselves foregone tax revenue. Along the way to this bankruptcy they just wanted some level of compensation for that. I mean you gotta give something. The only thing that grows on this land. We gave you as cocaine. What are we supposed to talk to? The president of the United States at the time is one teddy rows of cocaine of resident. He says yes and he doesn't see the Columbia demands as reasonable at all. In fact he sees him as a shakedown. Because he's a buck and racist right like they literally word even asking the US to pay them anything. They were asking a private company a private French company to compensate them for violating a contract. But they were darker skinned than the French people so Roosevelt assumed that they were the bad guys in this story and then with absolutely no help from the US government by the way the fact that US Navy destroyers showed up just in time to block Colombian forces notwithstanding the people of Panama. All on their own rebelled against their Colombian government asking. Yeah and since the US had an official duty to protect the Trans Panamanian railroad under the bid lack jury and since things yeah since things looked like they were about to get violent white by Golly. They had no choice but to land a budget troops. Just an stop both armies before got out of hand. It's depressing how well are. Us foreign policy of middle school fighting seems to work just all the time everywhere. We we just show up. Push people into the middle of a circle and start young and then we drop a fucking Halliburton and Ville on both sides and then we get paid to clean up the bodies to also we own that middle son so that we can teach everyone in history class that the problem with that fight was communism. Yeah that tracks that draft to kids ominous so the Panamanian people rose up in this bloodless coup the US recognizes the rebel government immediately and as their first act a government they appoint Buono for Ria as their ambassador to the United States. The French do that. Show them the Goddamn canal so the US goes you and signed a canal treaty with the guys selling the canal without actual mania present acid hours that we had nothing to do with a Thomas. Edison's that global politics. That's a nice voice recording. Ah got there. Can I see it boom patented patented big great and now stand right there next to you? See Nikola Tesla right there with the red X now. We all know that the story ends with a canal where we look back on this. It seems like the. Us got ridiculously good deal but at the time a lot of people saw it as US buying the biggest financial disaster of all time which is exactly what we did how we lead a revolution in alienated entire continent for one hundred and seventeen goddamn years in counting for the right to buy the biggest financial disaster of all time so obviously the pressure is high to make this work all right so step one and making this canal happen. You GotTa Cure Malaria. Which seems like a huge fucking ask giving it that at like co evolved with the human species but fortunately for the entire effort the disease factor was recently identified as the mosquito and not only that but they actually figured out specifically which breed of mosquito carried it. There's just the one that is an important. You wouldn't WANNA kill the wrong mosquitoes all. Sorry Yeah So. How do you cure malaria? You get all the fucking mosquitoes that means literally going door to door making sure that there's no standing water for the little bastards to breathe in. It means fumigating constantly. It means cutting back big swath of jungle. So that's exactly what they did. I know as much as this is normally thought of as this story of a bunch of people die in a malaria. The efforts against that disease stand out as one of the biggest accomplishments of the entire project. Sure did and over four hundred thousand people each year still die of malaria. Just want to point that out. We figured it out. It just costs too much to save those people okay seasonal. We didn't cure malaria. What we did is we stopped it from spreading to white people so tomato. Fuck you say well actually. Yeah and that's all we did then too right so all. These advances pretty much only affected the white workers the work was segregated and the white workers were given pretty decent places to live especially if they were married and had kids. Black workers. Mostly Caribbean black workers were crammed into overcrowded and under provisions shit holes right so many of them took the option of foregoing company lodging altogether. And they'd stay in a nearby town or just out in the jungle where the malaria eradication efforts hadn't reached of course we don't really have numbers on it but it's worth emphasizing all these great benefits of modernity weren't exactly being doled out Farrell. Okay but employment in the black community was at an all time high. Let's be honest. And this is why we need to avoid big infrastructural change once you got disease under control for the white people. Let's be for the white people. Just gotTA tackle the big engineering problems now. The US got to leapfrog over the biggest hurdle for the French. Because they didn't go into it with these starry eyed hopes for a sea level canal they would be using locks to raise ships up to an artificial lake. A catoon lake and then lower back down on the other side That's all the shit out of the problems. First of all you don't have to dig out as much shit. Secondly you basically drowned the Chaggaris River. Which is the one causing you all the trouble the Andrea Yates method. Wow only Andrea. Yates look it up. So Google I don't know Google that third and maybe most important. Apparently tides on the Pacific side are way higher than on the Atlantic. And it's really hard to account for that with a sea level canal like. What was the French plan for that? Just like Dutch kid. That they were GonNa have sticker was all that being said. There are still plenty of engineering obstacles to overcome and there weren't a hell of a lot of people clamoring to take this job. Yeah I mean you go down in history. If you did but given the past performances it would probably be is another miserable failure. The US officially took over in May of nineteen o four under the direction of the student named John. Finley walls resigns after about a month the next to take the job was John Frank Stevens. He was a self educated engineer with a long background in railroad construction. That might not seem like the most significant qualification but added its heart. It turns out that this thing was actually mostly a railroad project and I really don't understand. Canals describe what is a lot canal? Put a train in water and took. The limiting factor is not. How much can you dig? It's how much dirt can you hold away from the dig site and that other guy who had failed earlier just walk away. Like how much wood could it would chuck wrong questions? So Stephen set up the system. That is crazy a efficiently..
"panama canal" Discussed on Citation Needed
"So what followed was one of the greatest engineering disasters of all top. There was no to predict that so we couldn't have asked left field so it was the largest financial failure in history to that point if you exclude the existence of war because there are fucking mountains along the way they're literally would have to chop down mountains to make this work and when you start digging out mountains they tend to slide more mountain and all that. Shit you just dug out okay. So through this every time that make some real progress a big little comb through digging away like role look won't Happen Dad Frank. Exactly what many years the fucked up thing is that? You'd have all your steam shovels and Shit right there were all the fucking burial shitless sly and as you can imagine. It isn't super easy to get industrial excavating equipment in the middle of. What's pretty much an uncharted jungle at this? Everytime they're digging out the canal decides collapse they just need a good motto. Like short ashore gentleman shorter. Show I don't know what to be fair. He had faith he could do this. And that will move mountains. I read all right right into your Syrup Hill and then it keeps rolling back down. Just the bird hefty my liver. It's fine on several landslides were far from the biggest problem in terms of mortality. That would be the disease. Malaria and yellow fever where the big ones now. There are no official numbers on the desk but we know that the desert was significantly higher than two hundred people a month. Right half a dozen people died of yellow fever every day. That's bad for all kinds of reasons. Among which is that it makes it like super hard to recruit. New People makes you need to constantly recruit New People. Make sure you don't have any experience people on hand and also not great for Morale Heath we may WANNA rethink our investment in the Wuhan Connecticut. Oh Ila job will be so outdated. I'm sure by the time this episode goes up. Chinese government will have that under control or so. The biggest problem in terms of engineering was probably the rain so Panama gets dry season of about four months a year and it just so happens that most of the surveying expeditions chose that time of year to do their work. I'm an honestly. Why wouldn't you right? You're going to get a lot more done if it's not raining all the time but that meant that the engineers planning this thing never a sense of just. How brutal and constant rain was there. Well they knew enough sender surveyors there when it wasn't an but it made they didn't realize how hard it was going to be to keep metal ship from rusting how hard it would be. To secure new excavations it also obviously increases the likelihood of landslides and perhaps most importantly it turns to Cha Cha grice river I believe is how it's pronounced the Chagas River which is right. Down the fucking path of the canal into a raging torrent that flooded its banks by more than twenty Steve. Jesus look we've figured out the fire spurts and the lightning sand but this flooding rhythms Kevin is headaches and tackled by Macabre. What fuck okay. This rodent is unusually large in size. This is all right so one thing you have to keep in mind here is that this is not a French government project doing this right. Dallas has a ton of support and help from the government. But this is a private enterprise the contract that the Colombian government signed up. The Panama was a province of Columbia at the time. was with Dell not the French government and this was all being funded by the money that he could raise selling stock in that new company. The fucking invisible hand was like all covered in calluses and shit and also malaria. That was thrive. Sound like a damn good deal. By comparison doesn't it was actually by comparison. Okay but but here's the thing. This stock is spectacularly easy from to sell the people that invested in the Suez Canal got fucking rich and since most of the banks shit thought that was a pipedream most of the original Suez. Investors weren't fat cats. There were a lot of stories of like working class folks investing a few hundred bucks savings in the Suez Canal and then retiring to the Rivera. So people were gobbling up a chance to get in on Della -ception newest. They couldn't afford not to write. And of course since most of his backers aren't the savviest of investors to begin with. They didn't really freak out when the actual progress kept coming in way under the projections. He just come out and see how it is when you bill they'd go okay They didn't freak out when he like kept going back and selling yet more bonds against the future earnings of this thing off sign or even worse what he literally sought government approval to sell voluntary by. Were basically like lottery tickets that paid off with bigger chunks of the canals future earnings. If you were lying but unlike other bonds they were just like regular lottery tickets worthless. So yeah that's not true so got to be the one selling the lottery. Tickets is off interest and that is why I diversified my portfolio muscle heavily invested in. Scratch Bingo one. That's the buying a bunch of killing all right so eventually the whole thing falls apart and construction stops on May fifteenth eighteen thousand nine. The company went bankrupt after spending a reported. Two hundred eighty seven million dollars about eight billion in today's money Killed off over twenty two thousand people and they say less than a fifth of a cow so needless to say the backlash France was seismic over. Eight hundred thousand. Investors lost everything. The core started tossing people in jail for misappropriating funds the ensuing scandal and stared names as big as Alfred Nobel. The the Price Guy Gustave Eiffel Tower Guy and well DILA SAPS avoided jail time. His son wasn't as lucky. So all that being said there was a perfectly good chunk of canal just sitting there for the taking and a pretty big country nearby. That really wanted one of those and was about to be presided over by ten year old boy that loved to play with his construction toys. Okay so sociopathic. Idiot was way too confident about a giant construction project. He defrauded investors and he never got convicted rate. All right I guess. We'll take a quick break while France holds our beer and we'll do a little odd gentleman how they work on my magnificent canal. Not Great just can't fill as you can see wherever we dig the high waters of the river. Fill in what we've done with landslides. I see perhaps should extend the shifts work. The men harder longer. Don't think so sir I wear you know what they say. No pressure no diamonds. You're tired Pozzo. Gentlemen twit. Where's the guy from yesterday? Oh Yeah Steve became convinced last night that he was in hell and the former with the devil so Steve Killed Him me. That's that's too bad really really is man. Yeah well he did bring donuts. Ask Good. That's good so what's the good word honestly not great we. We've gone from digging in the to running from landslides. That's mostly what we're doing now. Then slides yeah but when you actually succeed in digging into a mountain it's mostly landslides at that point. I say well keep up the good work and remember no pressure no diamonds. Yup Oh you heard that one I I have. Yes for that just so much water up. Don't you WANNA don't not good okay? I'm finishing last one.
Sailing Successes: Tania Aebi & Sarah Dekker
"Forward slash bedtime. History a big. Thank you to those. Who donated already. Have you ever seen a sailboat? A sailboat is different from a motorized boat because instead of a motor it uses wind pushing the sales to move it across the water sailboats. Have been around for a very long time but people still use sailboats today to sail in places all over the ocean. Some new just for fun others do it as a race. Many world records have been set by people who've sailed boats around the entire world. Tonight we're going to learn about two women who went on at mazing adventures sailboats. Our story begins in Nineteen eighty-four with Tanya Ebi. A young sixteen year old girl. Who was living with her father when he decided to sail his boat all the way across the Atlantic Ocean with Tanya and her siblings even though they knew little about sailing they sailed from England to Spain to Portugal to Morocco. The Canary Islands the Caribbean and back to New York City after finishing high school. Tanya wasn't sure what to do with their life. It was time to go to college but she didn't feel ready for it and didn't know what else to do. Her father gave her two choices he could pay for college or she could use the money to buy a boat and sail around the world. It was a big challenge in. Tanya made the choice to start sailing. She thought she could go on it with her friends and just have a good time. No her father said you have to go on the boat alone and you have to make the voyage by yourself. He knew was a chance for her to grow on her own. So in May nineteen eighty five Tanya and her little black cat named Tarzan set sail from New York in her boat which they named the Varuna. Many people said it was too dangerous for to go but she went anyway. Tanya started the trip thinking should only sell the Bermuda then. Once she was there she headed to the next point. Which was the island of Saint Thomas in the Caribbean as she went she learned more about sailing because she had very little experience before she left. She had lots of quiet time to herself. She said was very good for her. It gave her chance to think about her life to read to play with her cat and to focus on getting to the next point of Edge sometimes. She played her guitar other time. She wrote letters one day. It began to rain and a storm surrounded her boat. We've crashed against the side of the boat and water splashed into it. She was scared and didn't know if she could continue on but she realized the only way she could survive was to keep going and she did just that for two and a half years. Tanya continued her voyage through the Great Barrier Reef Past Australia than up through the Indian Ocean the Mediterranean and finally through the Atlantic Ocean until she returned home to New York Tanya became the first woman in a very young when at that to circle the entire world on a sailboat. When the news found out about her trip people all over the world were talking about her amazing voyage. The president at the time Ronald Reagan sent her a message. Which said you set your energy in youth against an ancient challenge on the ageless sees and you triumphed twenty. Five years later a woman named Laura. Dekker wanted to break. Tania's record and be the youngest woman to circle the globe by boat. She was sixteen years old at the time Laura was born in New Zealand during a seven year sailing trip by her parents. That's right she was born during a sailing trip. The decker family was Dutch which means they were from the Netherlands. Laura spent the first five years of her life at sea and continued sailing with her father afterward. She received her first boat on her sixth birthday. And named it the Guppy. At this time she also learned how to sail the boat on her own. She would often sale by herself with her father following nearby while windsurfing when Laura was eight she received a book for her birthday called the maiden voyage written by Tanya. Happy who we learned about earlier in the story her adventures Got Laura. Thinking about making the same long trip around the earth. During the following years Laura continued to practice. She went on smaller ships by herself and continue to improve her skills see until she felt ready to circumnavigate the globe. This means to go entirely around the earth in two thousand and ten Laura finally set off. She faced many issues with the law which said she shouldn't be able to do it by herself. Many people in her country believed it wasn't safe and she shouldn't do it alone but finally she was given permission to go. She left Gibraltar in August. Two thousand ten then made a few stops until she arrived in the Canary Islands. There she waited for a hurricane to pass then she continued to cross the Atlantic Saint Martins and other islands in the Caribbean during her trip unlike Tanya. She had a gps so her parents and others were able to follow exactly where she was during her voyage. She was also much better prepared than Tanya to make the trip from the Caribbean. She then passed through the Panama Canal then the Galapagos Islands and Tonga Fiji the non to Australia next she passed the Cape of Good Hope in Africa then finally completed trip at Saint Martin. She had traveled sixty four hundred miles in one hundred twenty three days at the age of sixteen during the voyage. Laura wrote about her experiences and the news followed. What she was doing. A movie has been made about her experience called maiden trip and she wrote a book called one girl one dream. It's pretty amazing. What people can accomplish
Panama Canal marks 20 years of US handover amid water crisis
"Our main water way for East West trade marks a milestone wall facing a major crisis they say the handover demolished a barrier the divided their country Panama marking the twentieth anniversary since the US handed over control of the Panama Canal that structure cost US taxpayers three hundred and fifty two million dollars to build in nineteen fourteen expanded six years ago that short cut has earned Panama about seventeen billion dollars in payments for ships to pass between the Atlantic and Pacific that expansion a drought in the looming dry season creating a water crisis for the canal it utilizes fresh water lakes to fill up its locks lakes that also provide drinking water for two million people the US China and Japan are the canals biggest
Panama Canal marks 20 years of US handover amid water crisis
"The Panama Canal is in the water crisis it threatens the viability of the water way declining rainfall and rising temperatures have reduced the fresh water lakes that fill the locks of the canal and allow boats to transit between the Pacific and Atlantic
How America Thwarted a Giant Extension Cord for Renewables
"This week is author of a new book about the saga that unfolded when a wind energy pioneer tried just that we're we're. GonNa talk with Russell Gold of the Wall Street Journal about the transmission bottleneck in America's energy transition then to top presidential candidates are calling for day one ban on fracking racking and promising to phase out nuclear. What would be the consequences if Democrat actually put those promises into Action Russell wrote a great book on the fracking boom a few years years back so he's going to help us out with that topic as well and finally were digging into that Jonathan Franzen piece in the New Yorker that everyone is up in arms about we'll look at why it got so many people including thing myself so hot and bothered in Washington DC it is our co-host Catherine Hamilton Chair of thirty nor solutions. Hello Catherine how are you. I'm great. Congress came back act today so now I have to start wearing shoes. Although you are coming to us from home today so you have the option whether or not to wear shoes that's right in New Mexico this week traveling for some kind of speaking gig. It's Jigger Shah the president of generate capital. What about New Mexico for I'm here with my friends friends. The Energy Foundation and I'm not wearing shoes in Austin Texas. It is our guest. Russell gold a senior energy reporter at the Wall Street Street Journal Russell Welcome. Are you wearing shoes absolutely not I work from home. I bet he's wearing bunnies libbers. I am also not wearing shoes so look at this guys. We are We're all getting as comfortable as possible so nestling kick your feet up. Let's have a long conversation about transmission. Russell is a longtime newspaper reporter. He is a Pulitzer Prize finalist analyst for his reporting on the deepwater horizon oil spill. He's got two books under his belt. One on fracking called the boom and the latest is super power. It's all about this guy named Michael Skelly in his harrowing attempt to build one of the most ambitious energy infrastructure projects in recent history a series of high-voltage transmission lines essentially renewable energy the extension cords running from Oklahoma to the southeast and this book is about Skelly Journey and what it tells us about the difficulties of the clean energy transition so russell. You've covered a lot of different energy stories in your day. Why did you zero in on this one. I actually didn't really set out to write a book about transmission I I I looked around and I wanted to write about the people who were doing something big and ambitious about energy and climate and you know it didn't really matter what they were doing. I just will sort of wanted to understand what it took to throw yourself into a giant project because my sense was that the energy trends transition was going to require are these big ambitious ideas and projects and you know. I've sort of been reading a bunch of David McCullough box on the building the Brooklyn Bridge and the Panama Canal and I I wondered what was the equivalent equivalent today and I looked around and talk to people and people said Oh you gotta get down to Houston and talk to this guy named skelly because what he's trying to do with his company you know that that's that's the modern equivalent of building the Brooklyn Bridge. This is a big ambitious project and I went down and met him and you know his personal story. Worry sort of takes you from the the beginning of the modern renewable movement here in the United States late nineteen nineties up until today and I thought you know this is a fascinating story so oh I threw myself into transit transmission and how did skelly get so obsessed with transmission himself well you know he
The History of Continental Drift
"It was one of the earth momentous times continents collided volcano erupted ocean currents shifted species rent a muck twenty million years ago north and south america were arranged in nearly the same positions as they are today the big difference being they were separated by a deep open channel called the central american seaway there is no panama and no need for panama canal because there was clear sailing from atlantic to the pacific the fact that sears is a geologically active planet with shifting crustal plates during the time period between twenty three million years ago the pacific played collided with the caribbean played pushing magnets the surface to make islands in the sea and eventually creating a land bridge between the two continents the movement not only changed the land it disrupted ocean currents open the door to species migrations and probably altered the world's climate when the land bridge closed editorial waters could no longer mix atlantic became saltier in the pacific more dilute creating a gradient the moves water in a giant loop around the globe today worm atlantic water they used a pass through the gap move northward becoming the gulfstream stream scientists believe these changes created a warmer europe and contributed to our recent sick like ice ages the land bridge also open the way for species across from one conscience other dear horses raccoons bears and the camel ancestors of llamas moved south across the bridge at heaters porcupines possums and armadillos move north unfortunately many large south american species couldn't compete with the north american animals and became extinct changing
"panama canal" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Now, who do you recommend you? Do we have any lips? That's number one. Do I have any irregular Americans? Do we have any regular Americans? Okay. Gimme one. Jerry, New Jersey, the great WABC, go, Mark. I think what's going on is an absolute disgrace, first of all the Republican party, should basically go after all the leadership that would mean of the Democratic Party that would be that would be Flosi all the chairman and demanded they show that taxes for ten years as well as I've been saying this, and you know, they want their cowards. Yeah. That's number one number two. The Panama Canal was an absolute disgrace. Which is caught our is to blame for that caught is to blame for the basically getting restore out all these things because one party, which is so soul to the devil. Lee. Can you believe that the Panama Canal has managed by a red Chinese front group? That's shocking because it's stunning. Stunning. And why why is that a problem? They cut off the Panama Canal, obviously, we have difficulty getting ships from the west coast of these coast these coast to the west coast, they gotta go all the way down to the bottom of South America and come all the way back up at has an effect on our security, the Chinese are in our hemisphere. That's the other thing. Whatever happened to the D'amoto doctrine. I completely agree. I mean what's going on here? Is this grace you have one don't tell Pat Buchanan. Why why do you warmonger? Why do you want to take? No, I wanna protect us. Yes, sir. Go right ahead. And what I also angers me. I'm jewish. Quarters morons seem to be brain that we haven't learned anything from seven six or seven millennia of history. Unfortunately, I'm stuck with four siblings, which I spoke to about before the vote they all voted for the witch into going to vote for whoever the communist body. I know it's amazing. It's amazing. I don't think many gentiles understand how frustrated conservative Jews are. It's just unbelievable. Or if you're actually a practicing faithful Catholic health frustrated, you must be with the likes of Cuomo in Pelosi. No, I mean, I mean, it is just they're so committed to their ideology they're so brainwashed at some believable. That's get another call. Thank you for your call, sir. A meal in Florida on the Levin app. How are you? Hey, mark. I'm doing great. Thank you so much take my call. Thank you, sir. Just want to remind everybody Pelosi's been investigating people since Bush, shall if you remember she had a committee investigating George W Bush up starting award Dirac illegal war, and she also passed energy deal in two thousand seven which I believe actually crashed a world economy job up to price of energy, people suggest how come she's been in government thirty years give or take she's been the speaker of the house twice. She has enormous control. How come we don't know how she made her money? I think she's she how come we don't know anything about her big dopey husband, Chris you controls. Everything. Why why aren't the media even curious? Why don't even the conservative media curious?.
"panama canal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And if you haven't made plans, I I would strongly encourage you to make plans to get out and vote, it's your obligation. It's what you got to do. Speaking of voting at this time in nineteen fifteen. The the the the world was wanting to open and self up to worldwide trade, do you know, what was going on in nineteen fifty and you know, what major accomplishment took place in nineteen fifteen that opened the east and west to trade little thing called the Panama Canal. They dug a big ditch from one side to the other and lots of people died I read somewhere is a few thousand that died in the building of the Panama Canal. It's crazy. But that was a it was a huge undertaking. But it has since allowed east and west to get goods and serve. Services back and forth faster than going all the way around the bottom of the ocean. And in the process of doing that, the San Francisco mint issued a gold coin in nineteen fifteen that commemorated the Panama Canal, and the Saint Gaudens gold coin that was issued that year. We are going to give away on December the ninth to a very very fortunate person who has registered with our good friends at landmark capital for their.
Miramontes retired basketball coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Miramonte as retired basketball. Coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life about thirty. Former Miramonte tame male basketball players ages thirty to fifty showed up for open gym at their alma mater, intervene data on Friday night. They weren't there to play Hines or relive glory days. Instead, they ran the Olympic drill three men weaves, and the famed Mira Monte muscle layup line after two hours the last thing, these professional sorts with impressive degrees and young families. Did was gathering a circle, but their hands together up high and in unison bellowed one two three together. It was just like they did as high school players every day after school after each practice each time out each game for their team for their school for each other for their coach Tom Blackwood coach thirty eight varsity seasons. Nineteen sixty five to two thousand three and racked up six league titles. A north coast section crown in nineteen ninety eight and six. Hundred thirty eight victories, the six most in state history at the time of his retirement. He was a fiery passionate and personal sort who wore his heart on his sweat suit. Adored his players in the game and worked relentlessly and meticulously at his craft last month. Blackwood died from complications from pneumonia following Panama Canal, spring cruise one of the bay area's most respected basketball coaches was eighty one. The public is invited to pay respects at Blackwood from two to six PM Sunday in a celebration for life at the Claremont hotel on Friday, his former players celebrated their coach and mentor at his second home, the hardwood. It wasn't the prettiest basketball. But we were all there together to honor him said blackwoods oldest son Justin a two time all league player. Most of the guys have very busy lives. So to be their mental lot coach Blackwood meant so much to Chris Kunar, a nineteen Eighty-six all northern California forward who is now a lawyer in Oakland. He loved being a coach it was what he was born to do Kunar said. He was the best in game. Coach I was ever part of he constantly outcoached. Other teams we always exceeded our limitations because of him his team invariably prepared just in Blackwood often would join his dad's scouting teams even against opponents. The matadors were supposed to beat handily. He always respected his opponent. And always had us prepared. Justin said it was a labor of love. He always told me how much he loved going to work just inside. It wasn't just an act he genuinely loved to coach and teach. He never went through the motions Blackwood was born and raised in San Francisco, but moved to other ten he was the three sport star at Menlo Atherton and inducted into the school's hall of fame as an athlete. He was also inducted into Miramonte as I hall of fame class two years ago. Besides his big personality. It was the little things that made him. So successful Kunar said like filling out longhand every scoresheet every game. He total up our averages. And we know exactly where we stood. He did bring on Doug sense to be a score. Keeper in the early. Nineteen seventies sends a former aquatic athlete at Miramonte new little about basketball for the first couple of years. He wouldn't let me right in the names in the books and said after three years, he finally let me I knew I had finally made it in the eyes of Tom Blackwood. The two were inseparable over the next thirty years. Tom was larger than life sent said he was everything you wanted in a coach he cared about all his players as individuals far away from the court. That's a big reason why he got the best out of kids as athletes he genuinely cared not just for his team either. He worked with kids from all over that was backed by coaches throughout the bay area. He was the class guy who always had kind word or was willing to help said NCIS assistant Commissioner Pat creek shank who coached at San Leandro, inheritance, Brentwood, said former Half Moon bay and reorder head coach rich fours, lend always gracious retirement at I was tough Blackwood was seen. Almost every big game around the bay area. But ultimately left that circle to travel the world with girlfriend, Jerry Owings the last decade of his life. They were reunited at his fiftieth. Menlo Atherton class reunion. He lived life to the fullest Kunar said he lived the life we dreamed. He was the spice of life, max prep, senior writer Mitch Stevens covers high school sports for the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
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"panama canal" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"So I think that I think that it's, it's it's easier because of the the ability to stay connected to the to the outside world. Now then that it was when we were sailing in particular, as I mean as far as the community goes, it s a little bit different group of people. I mean, probably just. I mean, we we, when we hit the Panama Canal, a cruising just change for us in a lot of ways because we were cruising the east coast of the US and we were in our late thirties, you know, we've the people that we were meeting that we're on boats. A lot of times were fifty sixty years old. You know, there's a huge age gap, but once we hit the Panama Canal and started started heading west, it was all pretty much people that were that were our age. How did they do it? You know that that talking about financially out and how people, gosh, there you know. Sailing, I guess, are being too. But I mean, there are s- there's such a range of people in terms of. I mean, we met, we met. I remember a couple in Brazil that we met that. I don't think I really don't think they had any money and they, but they were on a sailboat and I mean like no money by, you know, they were. They were trying to figure out how to you know how to kind of pull it together to to to make their next passage so they could provision in that kind of thing. So I mean, you can, you know, there are people that we met that are probably close to, you know, zero based once they got the, what's they got the boat and had it fitted. They set off and they didn't have a lot of money to to fall back on. And then I mean there at work. Some people would work along the way. Yup, that was the point that was pretty common. And a lot of people that we know went back to work and resumed their former lives. But the but the budgets, the budgets can be, you know, whether it's a budget that anybody's that they've actually thought about or just over. They choose to spend their money. I just a huge range and we see the same thing with RV. I mean, we see people. It's kind of funny though the the, the, the fancier, the rig and the more money that I sense that people have available. The less likely you are to see them in a place like this. Yeah, it's just it's just interesting. It's a combination of stuff. I mean everything from the fact that a forty five foot motor home would be tricky to get here. You know most most of the most of the public lands camping really lends its the public land's campgrounds, lend themselves to sort of, you know, thirty five thirty six foot motor homes are vs or less, right? I'm we're right at that cut here with our thirty six foot class say. But I mean, I there been so many places where we've been even state parks, national parks, a lot of them are older. They just don't have the space for, you know, great, big long motorhomes or excite big slides or tag axle rigs that can't, you know the can't make corners very well and or people that have paint jobs that are that are way too precious. It's hard to stomach. The idea. I mean coming up the road up here. It's hard. Stomach, the idea of taking a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar rig up a road like this. I know when when my wife and I were analyzing the market, a, we end trying to think through a researcher and we try to think obsessively about every detail I can possibly come up with, and we came to the conviction that we needed to have a rig. That was big enough to be reasonably comfortable for multiple days of bad weather, things like that where you're stuck inside, but we wanted to be a smallest possible because you think when you're looking at fancy rigs, oh, the bigger the better, but you get on the road and all of a sudden you find bigger is not always better..
"panama canal" Discussed on Business Wars
"To the news business the business he knows in loves and in nineteen oh nine that focus pays off with his biggest scoop ever his investigative team at the world stumbles on a fraudulent payment of forty million dollars by the united states to the french panama canal company the canal which will open five years later and revolutionized global shipping has for years but a massively corrupt enterprise and pulitzer's team is caught the us government handed after a series of damning articles government officials in washington hold an emergency closeddoor meeting we have to do something about pulitzer this is criminal that you have the right to publish they don't have a right to live oh pulitzer's wrong this office president roosevelt j p morgan go on that man has to pay i just wonder if a lawsuit would stay if you want your job to stick you'll get that indictment drafted understood sir got it i'll go see the attorney general there once pulitzer is on his yacht the liberty when word of the indictment reaches him he sitting in the main birth with his wife catherine his closest confidante and the person who is shared most of this thirty year newspaper journey with he values her opinion more than any other catherine teddy roosevelt is trying to destroy my paper he can't do that not over you exercising you're right it's not liable if it's true i'm glad you're gre tell them to make sure to call you as a character witness pulitzer braces against a chair for support the battle with the government proved short lived the indictments are dismissed by the federal court which finds that the world was doing nothing more than exercising its constitutionally protected freedom of the press proponent sir the verdict is the ultimate validation the victory makes him temporarily forget his constellation of physical ailments which now include near total blindness but he can't keep ahead of his body forever one evening in nineteen eleven he's on board his yacht off the coast of south carolina cut from the closers german secretaries reading aloud to own from an account of the reign of francis louis the eleven louis eleventh has always been a favourite of pulitzer his name was louis the prudent louis lived out most of his years in solitude and pulitzer always saw great nobility that the secretary nears the end of the chapter reading a sequence describing the debt of the french king and lights begin to dim the world felt like it was falling away pulitzer murmurs reply and german softly quite softly these words would be his last at the age of sixty four joseph pulitzer media titan journalist to the end slips away.
"panama canal" Discussed on WTMA
"Ready to go according to the one belt one road but the surprising thing to learn from gregory is that china's already thinking into the new world the western hemisphere and a very good example to start with is panama most recently you might have seen the news that panama turned away from taiwan the republic of china and toward the pr see what does that evidence gregory of the new colonialism in fact it shows that beijing has been working consistently for many years in fact to build its base in south america central america and the caribbean with the with the case all panama what we saw when jimmy carter literally gave away the panama canal he gave it away not easy to the to the panamanian government but he actually led that canal management down the path of to chinese ownership so the the panama canal company today is owned by hutchison whampoa hong kong company originally a british hong kong company but now pretty much a hong kong company so the the chinese controlled a lot of the traffic on on the panama canal but yet the government of of panama recognized the republic of china taiwan as an rather than the people's republic of china the psc worked with hugo shop is that when he was president donald been to build a guerilla army which was going to overthrow the or attempt to overthrow the government of panama of course shahbaz himself ran into trouble and and died and so the the chinese work continued to work with venezuela but eventually found that it was cheaper to buy their way into switching panama's affections rather than than trying to bludgeon it into a change of the change of heart so earlier this year of course as you said panama dropped its diplomatic links with taipei and open them with beijing this actually is a profoundly significant consolidation of power for china in in the in the.
"panama canal" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Yeah and i believe that died with the administration as brock obama when he allowed did china do some what drilling or something off the coast of south america cuba ruined that some yeah plus they took over the panama canal well yeah yeah so yeah that went out the window boy so that was carter with the panama canal yeah and then now allowing a communist country to use the resources of the western hemisphere deta problem initially with the monroe doctrine was but it's not yeah it was fun while it lasted jordan missouri you're on the blaze high hey there pat i talked to and i'm so glad you're doing well thank you i just thought it was really funny listening to nbc the msnbc the irony of them to say you know if you're lying how can we believe things that you say future just and this are you looking in the mirror how many times you lie than you expect us to believe you on anything i mean we should always question them but the media is just committing suicide of by just constantly spinning lying not holding their own side accountable i mean they say that they're so mad about trump i mean the same things happened under obama i remember when glenn was kinda starting is his kick on trying to reach up pivot side and reaching out to samantha b i was excited and i i i was listening to samantha agrees with the things she said about trump i don't like trump but as a continue to watch her show she doesn't do the same thing to our own side she was only agreeing with glenn because he didn't like trump she completing she completely abandoned any effort to change her tone that's over a long time ago seeing i wanna hear i just want to hear them just take on their own side first and then i'm going to be willing.
"panama canal" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network
"In retrospect it probably wasn't on a good idea to give up the panama canal to china don't you think anyways another story so that's the show of force in the south china seas all about pictures provided by planet labs inc chou a chinese carrier group as enter the trade route as part of combat drills the chinese navy claims the movements are part of routine annual exercises the lion career carrier group last week to versus the thai taiwan strait according to the time when eased defense ministry this is kind of like the great white fleet teddy roosevelt here happening over in asia these pictures of emerge pless on a week after zeeshan ping said is countries prepared for the fight bloody battles to retain its riot as a superpower that as everything to do with trump pudding.
"panama canal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And brought power to our cities that lit up the sky like no other place on earth and built mile after mile of internet capabilities and interstate highways to carry american products all across the country and around the globe nobody did it like us we dug out the panama canal thank you that thousands of lives were lost to the mosquito the mosquito malaria we dug out the panama canal we transformed our skylines with towering works of concrete and steel and lay the foundation for the modern economy to rebuild this nation we must reclaim that proud heritage have to reclaim it and we're on our way live coverage from a union training facility in richfield ohio wcs pfm washington we must recapture the excitement of creation the spirit of innovation and the spark of invention we're starting you saw the rocket the other day you see what's going on with cars you see what's going on with so much nasa space agency all of a sudden it's back you notice it was dormant for many many years now it's back and we're trying to have the private sector invest the money why the hell should we do it right let them invest if they want to send rocket ships up there rich let them do it when i looked at the rocket one up three weeks ago where the tanks came back nobody's ever see it looks like like star wars what i looked at it and i heard the cost i think an eighty five million dollars if the government did that you talking about billions of dollars and maybe it wouldn't work so well but i thought it was a fantastic thing but we're working with the private sector and nasa and we're we're doing a great job we've made so much progress in the last year don't forget just been a little bit more than a year but we've made so much progress and other people are putting up a lot of money they're using our facilities i feel like a landlord again we're leasing them facilities not so bad not a bad idea and they're doing a great job america is a nation like you have builders it's a nation of pioneers a nation that accepts no limits no hardship and never ever give up we don't give up we don't give up.
"panama canal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And his family in vail colorado open presence and dined on roast turkey the carter's visited ms lilian carter the elect mother who was hospitalized last wednesday for treatment of arthritic discomfort i'll talk i'll i'll i'll tell you anything give your my secrets that you'll only stop playing them well let's start with bob siegel you were introduced as bob though i how long way mob on the air uh i was boban the air from sometime in the 1970s in new york until the first day of the panama canal treaty debates in the us senate i grew up always being called rub it in my family i was always robert arrived but at some point i guess in high school i had a choice to make which was every time every when called me bob would i say no please call me robert and i i didn't do that so i succumbed to peer pressure and became bob when we began the panama canal treaty debates linda wertheimer sitting perched over the senate floor and i was back in at at npr in the studio to cover for all the corum call polls and breaks i realized that i would say my name now before more people than ever heard me say my name before and i was either going to reclaim my name or not so since that moment i've been robert again and you ought to the panama canal i do i owe it to the to the us senate end up and panama canal now i read that when you are at a local station w j l.
"panama canal" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Or wherever that other head of state might be they sit down on those big back chairs front of the fireplace that's probably never work there hasn't leeson's roosevelt was there and they just do a little you know we'll chitchat we'll low flick integral me just a little something the you know break the ice handshake awkward is it might be funny little jabs on he joked sears we're gonna talk about today and have lunch well this is what president trump's panama canal as doing quite well i think we did a good job build it one other all right i'm gonna play for you again because there's a lot they went on president says it's our great honor to have the president and mrs valero of arale from panama we have many things to discuss we're gonna spend quite a bit of time today the panama canal is doing quite well i think we did a good job building it right very good job you know why as with donald trump does he's not great a coming up with things off the top of his head and i'm in terms of word association panama panama canal oh yeah we help build that didn't way yes we did a great job on that yet still standing if you wanna call it that it's still there so yeah we did a great job spin expanded there's a few thousand people died because of dysentery a and things like that but i mean look it's still there right and people are blasting the president saying things like oh dear god the panama canal is doing quite well trump is meeting with panama's leader and then the emojis donald trump hasn't commented on a white terrorist attack attacking muslims in london but he has taken credit for the panama canal somebody rope it's getting tricky how do i mix bowling green frederick douglass andrew jackson panama all canal an lincoln's gop status in a tweet and then finally kevin rights did trump just take credit for the panama canal does he know when it was built baby he thinks frederick douglass was the head engineer.
"panama canal" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Or wherever that other head of state might be they sit down on those big back chairs front of the fireplace did it's probably never work there hasn't leeson's roosevelt was there and they just do a little you know we'll chitchat lil low flicking cycle i mean just a little something the you know break the ice handshake awkward is it might be on a little jabs on he jokes sears we're going to talk about today and have lunch well this is what president trump's panama canal as doing quite well i think we did a good job building and other one other and i'm gonna play for you again because there's a lot they went on president says it's our great honor to have the president and mrs valero of our rally from panama we have many things to discuss we're gonna spend quite a bit of time today the panama canal is doing quite well i think we did a good job building it right very good job you know why this with donald trump does he's not great a coming up things off the top of his head and i'm in terms of word association panama panama canal oh yeah we help build that didn't way yes we did a great job on that yet still standing if you want to call it that it's still there so yeah we did a great job spin expanded there's a few thousand people died because dysentery terry and things like that but i mean look it's still there right and people are blasting the president saying things like oh dear god the panama canal is doing quite well trump is meeting with panama's leader and then the emojis donald trump hasn't commented on a white terrorist attack muslims in london but he has taken credit for the panama canal somebody rope it's getting tricky how do i mix bowling green frederick douglass andrew jackson panama canal an lincoln's gop status in a tweet and then finally kevin rights did trump just take credit for the panama canal does he know when it was built baby he thinks frederick douglass was the head engineer.
"panama canal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I don't think it's uh specifically surprising in the sense that china was going to pushing these diplomatic is used to basically continue the poll countries out of the taiwanese were but i do agree with the previous with previous leader about these speed in the importance of country like panama of the remaining twenty and i would expect more in the future uh but i don't take no it's is necessarily surprise what at outlined forests the in chinese investments in panama on why this is a beneficial news from the panamanian point of view the the primary reason that this is important is due to the panama canal strategic jr geostrategic importance and that's really where where they were planning where china's been targeting a of investment a couple of years ago there was at some point the plan where are they were going to create essentially a competitor of the panama canal that has fallen through with the additions to the panama canal where they are a where do was expanded recently can handle larger tanker ships and then there are also some reclaimed land that they're going to be building warehouses logistics center sean that the chinese firms are expected to bid on on this is clearly a big step forward in how china sees extending its its tradedriven influence in two parts of the world were it is not been traditionally a significant influence on and do you see it as as a diplomatic money game as is being described by taipei it's apt it's absolutely a diplomatic money game i don't think there's any question about that when you're talking about chinese companies that have been known over the past couple of years to significantly overpay for assets in there being welcomed been four for services and in infrastructure projects related to the panama canal dow's clearly something that uh that that panama new beijing and in chinese us lease the offer the taiwanese companies simply could not come close to match is it your view that there is a sense that beijing wants to punish the current taiwanese president to has a tougher stance on on on relations with beijing.
"panama canal" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"And panama was one of the most important because the panama canal is such an important trade route and panama was up perhaps one of taiwan's bigger allies the others are small pacific island countries or a african countries and so time went now is feeling increasingly politically isolated and in practical terms what does this mean for people and businesses in taiwan while in terms of trade and economic matters it doesn't actually mean that much because trade between panama and taiwan has an amounted to that much but it is actually a a huge uh psychological blow for taiwan and taiwanese people because it is shows that beijing is stepping up the pressure beijing is losing patience with the tying one administration because she refuses to accept the one china policy that which beijing defines as the two sides being part of one country so this is many people here fear that this could lead to a domino effect that taiwan could actually lose even more diplomatic allies and in fact a foreign minister did not road at out today when reporters asked him to sue in taiwan the united nations has removed its top official in manama sources in young gone told the bbc that the decision was linked to renault renato locked assailiants failure to prioritise human rights especially those of the oppressed muslim minority from history unofficial late last year as tens of thousands of muslim drift fled rape and abuse at the hands of burmese soldiers the united nations team inside myanmar was strangely silent the un's top official renault to lock dasani and and her spokesman declined simple requests for information and a one absurd occasion she visited the conflict area but on her return refused to allow journalists to film or record her words at a press conference.
"panama canal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Standing behind the new structure program which america sorely needs and is ready to implement donald president trump thank you dave can i get off the stage richard that was a good job these are great builders and we're watching and and they're looking over our shoulders believe me they don't need the money they're not doing it for that i said make sure it's got to come in on time under budget maybe even ahead of schedule but we say on time under budget and they go it'll be watching looking over some of the big jobs that we have plans so it gets done promptly not these jobs it take fourteen years to build when this supposed to be completed in eighteen months you've been hearing about them a little bit right that's been the standard it won't be happening not in this administration the american people deserve the best infrastructure anywhere in the world we are nation that created the panama canal the transcontinental railroad and the internet you think about this the great highway sus the interstate highway system we don't do that anymore they really don't we don't even fix the old highways anymore we'll take even fixing them but we're going to get them going again like they've never been before these projects not only open do lanes of commerce but inspired the immigration and the.